Rob Moll (1977–2019) was an award-winning journalist and the author of The Art of Dying and What Your Body Knows About God. He wrote extensively on health and health-care issues, investing and personal finance, religion, and rural America.
Beginning his career as a journalist in the suburbs of Chicago, Moll worked as a reporter and editor for the Grayslake Times and Citizen Media. He quickly added to his journalism roster by joining the staff of Christianity Today (CT), where for nearly sixteen years he served in various capacities as editor and writer. Over the course of his journalism career, he won awards from the Evangelical Press Association, and he also contributed op-eds to the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, CNN, Fox News, The Hill, and Huffington Post.
Moll served as communications officer to the president for World Vision for five years, and in 2016 he began work with Eventide Asset Management as their director of business operations, leading the company’s communications efforts. He had also served as a hospice volunteer. He is survived by his wife, Clarissa, and their four young children.